1967 Chevrolet C10 takes the R / C Slash Action on the Drag Strip or the streets
That’s because we’re once again dealing with one of the fascinating R / C creations from Traxxas, the McKinney, Texas-based radio control model maker who recently released a scale model C8 Chevrolet Corvette that had the looks so good it could easily be mistaken for the real deal.
Soon (sometime in May, according to the initial teaser) there will be a chance to double Chevy’s fun with the Drag Slash, the restomod version of the 1967 Chevrolet C10 of the famous short-run R / C truck Traxxas Slash. .
As such, the owners will have something that was “designed to win”Both on the street and on the drag strip. We believe Traxxas is synonymous with business, although pricing and specification details have yet to be released. Instead, we just get a hint of what’s to come with a neat set of revealing photos (check out the gallery for your astonishment).
From the facts we know so far, it’s clear that the Traxxas version of the ’67 Chevy C10 went for the cool restomod atmosphere in terms of styling, while the technical aspects focused entirely on performance. the Slide Slash will be available in multiple colors (at least six of them as far as we can see), with the cool C10 body joined by all the usual drag goodies.
Those ultra-wide Mickey Thompson ET rear slicks look totally badass, and the Drag Slash even comes with a Weld Racing wheelset or fully adjustable wheel bar.